Who We Work With
Partners & Collaborators
Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy (PBHJP) and the Evidence Based Practice Institute (EBPI) partner with health, educational, governmental and tribal systems to expand the body of knowledge and research regarding the effectiveness of treatments, as well as implementation of evidence based practices in various communities (e.g. state, county, tribal, region, national and international).
Partners include governmental behavioral provider agencies, private sector providers, legislators, courts, non-profit agencies, and educational facilities. PBHJP’s projects are funded by grants and contracts from multiple federal institutes, state agencies, and multiple foundations.
Issues related to juvenile justice are a priority for us. We interface with courts, the Department of Justice (various states), and legislators, as well as the MacArthur Foundation, Models for Change.
We work with Mental Health Service Providers as consultants and trainers in Evidence Based Practices (EBPs) for youth and adults including: Wraparound , MST, MST-FIT, TF-CBT, DBT, and MET as well as the Program for Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) , Illness Management and Recovery (IMR), Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT), and Supported Employment (SEP) . Further, faculty consults with communities seeking to implement other EBPs such as PCIT, Triple P, and MST and MST-FIT facilitating the implementation and counseling the community on process.
We are sponsored and supported by federal grants, state and local government grants and contracts, private and non-profit organizations, foundations, and international government’s social service , behavioral health and juvenile justice systems.